Here is your first step to finding new pattern collaborations and fresh design opportunities! Our members represent a broad spectrum of styles and experience, from designers just starting up, to established with large portfolios. All constantly creating new work for you to discover.
Browse among our members and get a quick first look to spark your curiosity. If you want to see more from a specific designer use the links - where you also will find contact information.
Bärbel Dressler designs classic, patterns with a vintage, ethnic look inspired by styles such as Toile de Jouy, Indian Florals and Paisley. You can find her patterns on home textile & decor, children’s apparel and printed leather products. Bärbel is the founder of Swedish Pattern Society.
Anne-Chris Hedlund/Fossan Design creates colourful and detailed patterns that tells a story. The motifs are often conversational and unique. She runs her own fabric and design brand but is also available for art licensing. She is also co-administrator of Swedish Pattern Society.
Anna Petré creates illustrations, patterns and product design. Her patterns are hand drawn and inspired by different eras, seasons and nature. Anna’s products are designed with a focus on high quality, local production and being environmentally friendly.
Yvonne Kündig Gustafsson is a pattern designer, painter and photographer. Her typical pattern style uses simple, stylized florals and geometric shapes in strong vivid colours that create a dynamic design that can be used for many products.
Elisabet Adelroth. Joy, love and playfulness are the key words in Elisabet’s pattern making. She prefers drawing by hand followed by digital manipulation, in order to create colourful patterns and prints suitable for children´s clothes, stationery and home decor.
Kristina Blakstad/Effect Design has been working as a pattern designer for more than 30 years, with her work printed on many types of products and sold at Harrods, Selfridges and NK among many others. Kristina creates her designs with watercolour, gouache and pastel techniques.
Maria Larsson is the founder of DO illustration! studio and its creative corner for colourful odd projects and ideas: DOT ODDITY. This is where she explores design concepts, mostly inspired by Scandinavian mid-century, and makes patterns that feel classic yet innovative.
Batoul Yazdanian has a painterly and illustrative style with lots of texture. She is inspired by florals, birds and her Persian roots, which shows in the vivid, bold colours and organic motifs. The designs are created with techniques using watercolour, gouache and markers.
Maria Stenvall designs patterns with a Scandinavian feel. The motifs are usually clean and simplified while the pattern image itself can be more or less complicated. The colour palette of each pattern is often limited to a single or very few colours.
Anna Hedeklint creates patterns from her watercolour artwork creating a unique, lively and artistic impression. Residing in the Swedish countryside on a farm outside Nyköping, a lot of her designs are inspired by nature and what grows on the farm.
Josephine Skapare illustrates and designs patterns with a love for usable art, vegan food and feminism. She loves simple, bold, hand drawn shapes with quirky details and lots of texture. Her work can so far be seen on home decor, such as Swedish dishcloths and trays.
Jenny Almersdotter is a print designer based in Stockholm. She is inspired by her Scandinavian heritage and has a great love of folklore and retro. Jenny studied art and graphic design and originates from the deep woods outside of Orrefors, Sweden.
Lotte Kölare is an accomplished creative with a focus on pattern design and illustration. Her style is often described as decorative and colourful with lots of details. Lotte’s portfolio today consists of textile accessories, as well as gift and paper products.
Kristina Hultkrantz loves to draw the everyday things we have around us that define who we are or what we love, or anything else that’s pink! Her work is playful and sophisticated with an attention to the tiny details. She also teaches pattern design on Skillshare.
Madeleine Wideland creates bold and colourful patterns with a happy vibe! Nature and mostly flowers are her biggest sources of inspiration, as well as Scandinavian design. Her design is aimed at home decor, fabric and interiors but can also work on apparel.
Studio Äppel Päppel is a design duo that designs playful and colourful patterns, often with a bold and graphic expression. Their pattern designs fit well on anything from children's clothing to stationery, home textiles and accessories.
Maria Kronberg Tärnberg designs simple patterns aimed at the quilt fabric and stationery markets. She is inspired by summer life in the Swedish country side and really enjoys manual printing methods. Also makes sciart and scientific poster design.
Marianne Sund is an illustrator at heart and sees patterns as a way of telling stories and sharing dreams through illustrations. Her style is down-to-earth and she loves to work hands on with both markers and watercolours to get that genuine feel.
Solvejg Jörgensen Makaretz (studio name: Tröskö Design) designs fun patterns for all kinds of products. Her clients include Robert Kaufman, Northcott fabrics, Spotlight, Camelbak, Naigai and Nishikawa. Solvejg welcomes any licensing, outright sales or custom projects.
Magdalena Eriksson is a fashion designer with thirty years' experience of drawing beautiful patterns, designing garments and creating collections. Characteristic of her designs are elements of plants and flowers, in both hyper-trendy and classic romantic styles.
Lindalovisa Fernqvist / LilosMinis creates colourful prints for kids and baby clothes. Inspired by nature and fairy tales, her prints often feature cute animals with a touch of humour and quirkiness to them. There can be magic in the little things!
Malin Ekhult is the designer behind Dots and whatnot design studio. She has degrees in packaging design and visual communication and has created patterns and packaging for IKEA. A lot of her inspiration comes from TV created by great set designers.
Frida Hultman designs playful patterns filled with colour and details. She draws all her patterns by hand using mostly watercolour and edits digitally. You can find her patterns and prints in publications, on products for the home or in kids’ fashion.
Jenny Findahl / Snowtrail is a graphic designer/illustrator/pattern designer with a graphic Scandinavian feel and a soft spot for colours. Drawing by hand is often followed by a digital finish. Her designs can be found on products and as magazine/book illustrations, as well as in branding concepts.
Åsa Kax is a surface designer who adores folklore, handicraft, Swedish modern, Art Nouveau and the Arts and Crafts movement. Her art work is all about telling good stories. You can find her designs on children’s clothes, table runners, stationary among other products.
Magdalena Svensson creates playful illustrations and patterns with a retro vibe. Most of her designs are inspired by nature and wildlife and created to be used on all types of products, from home decor and children’s clothing to paper products.
Erika Norén creates colorful patterns, often inspired by nature. But she also loves to explore totally new concepts, styles, shapes and color combinations. Her work can so far be seen on fabric, but is suitable on all kinds of other products.
Catharina Edlund is an artist and pattern designer with a master degree in textile design with art, craft and design at Konstfack University in Stockholm. She designs colourful, hand drawn patterns with lots of details. Most of her inspiration comes from flowers and animals, all put together in a dreamy fairytale style.
Niklas Pettersson is a surface pattern designer born in Sri Lanka and raised in the Swedish province Dalecarlia. He draws inspiration from both Swedish and Sri Lankan folk art in his design. His playful style is suitable for both textile and paper products.
Anna Bosson creates colourful, playful patterns, with inspiration from the world of animals. All patterns are painted with acrylics, watercolour or ink works perfectly for products and brands that require a painterly and unique look.
Jenny Modéer designs quirky charming patterns in an original style. Her main inspiration is nature but also everyday life. She has run a kidswear brand since 2011 called Modéerska Huset. She’s now eagerly planning to extend her pattern making to interior design, wallpaper & stationery etc.
Maja Rönnbäck has a playful and vibrant style with a modern Scandinavian vibe. She licenses her work to clients worldwide and you can find her designs on all sorts of products including fabric, wall art and stationery. Maja also teaches pattern design on Skillshare.
Ane Hinnum started her business Nefermiw Design to design surface patterns for the young at heart. She designs repeat patterns and placement prints for a wide range of products such as kid’s clothing, home décor and stationery.